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    Looks like Flynn might get a bat quite soon...

    Auckland's top 7 looks even shakier than usual today.

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    Verma absolutely reaming Auckland.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athlai View Post
    Good to see Brodie back in action. Really liking the look of this Wellington side. Just needs a bit of Jimmeh and we're all good.
    Does look good actually. Absence of Jimmy and Elliott means Wellington haven't been tempted into picking 7 allrounders for a change. Plus like the looks of Kuggle, 2gaga and Gillespie as the main three seamers - didn't know Gillespie was fit.


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    Yeah very happy with our attack at the moment. Reckon Tugs offers something at this level and will do well for Wellington over the years.

    Kuggs will probably be a Black Cap if he gets a bit quicker. Gillespie is as always the random shunt/gun he has always been.

    Houghton looks in a bit of form from the HRV cup, so is hopefully still confident.

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    Didn't know it was Verma's FC debut. Five-fer - awesome. (edit: seems he filled in for someone in a previous FC match and bowled 4 overs)

    Waiting for someone to score 50 so I can proclaim them the saviour of NZ cricket, but ****, 12 wickets have fallen and the top score is still 35*. Noone wants to save NZ cricket
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    Taylor out to McCone

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    Wasn't Verma getting smacked around in the A tournament the other week? Pretty good turnaround for him.
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    Everyone that's supposed to be scoring runs is failing and instead Dusan Hakaraia on FC debut is first to pass 50

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    Ryder, Taylor, and Ronchi all fail with the bat. Raval, Hakaraia, and Murdoch seem to be playing alright though.

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    are there any Canterbury fans here? i dont think ive ever seen one

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    Debut 50 for Dusan

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    Slightly intrigued by two teams being sent in today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athlai View Post
    Yeah very happy with our attack at the moment. Reckon Tugs offers something at this level and will do well for Wellington over the years.

    Kuggs will probably be a Black Cap if he gets a bit quicker. Gillespie is as always the random shunt/gun he has always been.

    Houghton looks in a bit of form from the HRV cup, so is hopefully still confident.
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    Surely then, Houghton = Hugs?
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